It is supposedly written in crude Greek by a student of Paul.
Mark 11:27 clearly has Jesus in the temple with a crowd of his followers, delivering this statement in 12:13, in full view of the centurions of the Antonia fortress which the Romans had physically attached to the temple walls. In order to gain access to the Court of the Gentiles, Jesus would have walked beneath the Roman eagles that had been affixed to the entrances of the temple by Herod (crowned king of Judea by Rome).
The priestly vestments and tools were kept in the Antonia fortress, and given to the high priest only when required.
Rome owned Jerusalem and greater Judea, and expressed no hesitation in demonstrating this fact.
Also, bear in mind that Nazereth was a small town near the larger city of Sepphoris, where Jesus likely worked as a carpenter. Sepphoris was burned to the ground by the Romans in an earlier revolt.
It is highly unlikely that Jesus was ambivalent to the Roman occupation of Judea.